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Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences 1998 Giugno;42(2):115-8

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Spontaneous heal­ing of cere­bral aneu­rysm at the begin­ning of left pos­te­ri­or infe­ri­or cer­e­bel­lar ­artery (PICA). Case ­report

De Luca G. P. 1, Volpin L. 1, Colombo F. 1, Fornezza U. 1, Pinna V. 2

1 Division of Neurosurgery, Vicenza City Hospital, Vicenza, Italy;
2 Institute of Neuroradiology, Vicenza City Hospital, Vicenza, Italy


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We ­present the clin­i­cal and neu­ro­ra­dio­log­i­cal fea­tures of a rup­tured aneu­rysm at the begin­ning of the left PICA suf­fer­ing from sub­arach­noid hem­or­rhage (SAH). The young ­patient ­refused sur­gery, endo­vas­cu­lar treat­ment and also fol­low-up. After 4 and 5 years she repeat­ed the left ver­te­bral angio­gra­phy that ­showed a spon­ta­ne­ous throm­bo­sis of the aneu­rysm. After 8 years MR angio­gram imag­es con­firmed the total oblit­er­a­tion of the aneu­rysm.

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